Hi, I'm Troy. You might know me from a YouTube channel named Sonic Sledgehammer, and such miniature painting guides as 'How I Paint Things.' (I might be dating myself a little with a Troy McClure gag as an introduction, but how often do you get the chance?) The team at Anvil here got in touch to see if I'd be interested in making an introductory series on the basics of 3D printing, and I jumped at the opportunity.
Anvil staffer Daniel takes us through his crew for Stargrave: Our Alien-Hybrid heads, now available in both male and female versions, were perfect to achieve this look.
Like many gamers, we have been waiting excitedly for the Stargrave rulebook, and in the studio we have been working on different crews using the Regiments range and 3D print from Anvil Digital Forge. In this blog post, staffer Adam takes us through his approach, using and adapting CAD sculpts from our download packs. Some of you might already be backing our Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/anvildigitalforge) and have access to the files to make these miniatures, if not you can find them in the Digital Forge category on the website.
Hello everyone! Today I’m going to briefly talk about our Digital Forge 3d prints and polyurethane (casting) resin lines, and just how interchangeable they are between the two!
It all starts with a concept. Ever since Anvil Industry released the Drone Controller upgrade kit I was ensnared by a desire to create my first, all Anvil, infantry army.
Adam, from the Anvil studio team, has created an army inspired by WW2 Soviet troops, take a look at what he did and the parts he used.
Anvil’s parts are often focused on as the base for the creation of an army of Regiment miniatures and/or the addition of extra parts on to other company’s miniatures to give them your own unique flair and style. Today we're focusing on the latter application of our parts with some custom Sentinels from Games Workshop.
Back in May, just before the launch of the Digital Forge, we asked people to submit a design for an original miniature! We had a large number of high-quality entries and the overall quality was excellent, making it very difficult to select concepts to shortlist!
We've recently launched the Anvil Digital Forge on Patreon, and we are very grateful for the fantastic support we have received so far! It's a new direction for us, and we understand a lot of our existing fans have concerns and questions, which we will try to cover here.
To celebrate the upcoming launch of Anvil Digital Forge, we are offering an opportunity to design an original Regiments or Burning Rose Character figure and win some great prizes!